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BO Y AND GIRL LOST IN PRINCES STREET

School children are finding out where the best books for Xmas presents are got. They come into the show room, and are so interested with the largo and illustrated books that they forget to go home, and parents wonder where they have gone. Ellis's new book for boys, and Ethel Turner’s for girls are selling well. Duncan and Simpson, Booksellers, Princes Street, will attend to all inquiries of parents for suitable Xmas presents to suit all ages.— [AdvtJ

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BOY AND GIRL LOST IN PRINCES STREET, Issue 15680, 19 December 1914

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BOY AND GIRL LOST IN PRINCES STREET Issue 15680, 19 December 1914

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